Hello all! I need some help with this question: the rule requires f(x)/g(x) to go to an indeterminate form, does that mean I rewrite this as a quotient? so lim as x-> 0 of the xth root of is that right?
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Originally Posted by kingsolomonsgrave Hello all! I need some help with this question: the rule requires f(x)/g(x) to go to an indeterminate form, does that mean I rewrite this as a quotient? so lim as x-> 0 of the xth root of is that right? if so: Now you most use the logarithmic power rule and you will get indeterminate form: 0/0
lim as x->0 am I on the right track?
Originally Posted by kingsolomonsgrave lim as x->0 am I on the right track? This is not true you cant bring the "into" your ln function. You want to write
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